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HINGHAM 
1981 




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1st Row (I to r): B. Cronin, G. 
Balerna, T. Egan, T. O'Connell, 
T. Mesina, D. Palmer, S. Gil- 
bert, B. Falvey. 2nd Row (I to r): 
Coach Kennedy, J. Galvin, M. 
Stuart, J. Fitzmaurice, D. Deems, 
P. Morrison, J. McAloon, J. 
Flett, K. Phillips, M. Caparrotta 
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1st Row (I to r): K. Kent, K. 
Gaulrapp, A. Schowb, L. 
Goudas, K. Stearns, L. Shahbaz. 
2nd Row (I to r): D. Morse, P. 
Corcoran, A. Jenkins, K. Caira, 
S. Igo, S. Moore, Coach Kane. 



SOFTBALL 









Lori Shahbaz 



Kelly Stearns 



Julie Rafferty 





SAILING 

MEMBERS: 



Back Row (I to r): S. Diaz, D. Ullrich, A. 
Robinson, M. Warner, C. Navin. 2nd Row (I 
to r): H. Wieman, S. McLaughlin, M. Muller, 
K. Mahoney, O. Harling. Front Row (I to r): 
R. Robinson (Capt), W. Russell (Capt.), E. 
Schnabel. 




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GIRLS: 



1st Row (I to r): J. Smeding, M. 
Barnes, C. Jennings, B. Ertman, 
D. Zsigalov, C. Lewis, L. 
Morhfeld, E. Healy. 2nd Row (I 
to r): Coach, C. Brown, D. Car- 
roll, M. McGrath, B. Hum- 
phrey, M. Messmer, S. Manjos, 
M. Dwyer, L. Gifun, D. Sofis. 
3rd Row (I to r): P. Vitti, J. 
Waugh, C. Spring, S. Keenan, 
M. Brown, S. Kelleher, P. Hill, 
D. Walton, L. Doyle. 




1st Row (I to r): M. Eckert, P. Boyle, E. Cooley, P. Remis, J. O'Mara, B. Weiser, B. Dromeshauser. 2nd Row (I to r): 
oC) I S I J' Crow l e y' T - Laliberte, J. Marrocco, T. Jantzen, S. Puleo, R. Lincoln, K. Connelly, J. Dunn, R. Miller, C. Zooleck. 
3rd Row (I to r): B. McCarthy, J. Faherty, H. Pagliccia, D. Martell, M. Giarusso, T. Krall, D. D'Angelo, D. Mullin, K. 
Bartlett, K. Prouty, D. Driscoll, A. Robinson. 



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BOYS: 



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1st Row (I to r): M. Murphy, G. Vitti, B. Belmonte, M. Hughes, P. Lane. K. Beatty, T. Driscoll, F. 
Anderson, L. Hamilton. 2nd Row (I to r): B. Thompson, E. Marsh, J. Magill, E. Byrns, D. Fredette, K. 
Nelson, D. Johnson, J. Williams, P. Waples, P. DeBruin, M. Murphy. 3rd Row (I to r): Coach Ryan, J. 
Fulton, J. McCormack, J. Brown, M. Messmer, K. Harling, J. Snover, C. Russ, M. Colford, M. Pearse, 
D. Anderson, P. Muldoon, S. McGrath. 





GIRLS: 



1st Row (I to r): B. Conners, J. Lydon, L. Noble, M. French, D. Henriksen, J. Casey, L. Supple. 2nd 
Row (I to r): S. Margilin, A. McGinn, K. Stevens, L. Pettersson, E. Kent, A. Chamberlain, M. 
Holland, S. Poole, C Urmson, J. Travis, D. Grundstrom. 3rd Row (I to r): Coach Thompson, S. 
Wilson, H. Farstad, D. Yarrow, S. Noble, D. Murphy, E. Ayers, J. Pettersson, M. Godwin, A. 
Gushue, T.OIsen, S. Thompson, A. Spalluzzi, E. Lambert, T. Sacatori, L. Colford. 



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TENNIS 



GIRLS: 



1st Row (I to r): L. Quain, 
L. Cook. 2nd Row (I to r): 
Coach Sides, J. Watson, S. 
Collins, M. McKenna, S. 
Granatino (Mgr.). Not 
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Claypoole 




BOYS: 



(I to r): T. Abreu, B. Wheeler, S. Rodman, R. Benson, R. 
Campbell. Not photographed: D. Chase, J. McKenna, D. 
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Tom: If you can imagine it, you can achieve it, if you can 
dream it, you can become it. 

Rosey: A moment is only temporary, but a memory is 
forever. To K.C.&A.M. Remember J. D. 

Bird: Pass Me Another. 

Lee: Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean 
on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowl- 
edge Him, and He will make straight your paths. 

Terry: The only way to see the rainbow is to look through 
the rain. 

Scooter: Live life while you still can. 




Thomas Abreu 



Richard Adley 




Rosemarie Amonte 



Christopher J. Anderson 




Terhi S. Arponen 



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David Arthur 



Matt Aruda 




Sandra: Be yourself, you do that best. 

Nancey: Today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream 
of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope — 
Glinda, Lost in Liberty Pole, S.S. Plaza, The Rock, BK, 
ho-ho, 

J-Bird: Maunja Lagauts H.H.S. 



Kenneth Asnes 



Sandra L. Austin 




Chris Ayer 



Rui Jorge R. Bajanca 



William A. Balboni 




Nancy Balch 



Jay A. Balerna 



Robin Bardsley 



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Anthony Barrese 



John D. Barrett 



Lisa Barrile 




Jeffrey Bell 



Glenn Bennett 



Tracey Bennett 



John: If nothing changes, everything will be the same. 

Lisa: Strive for happiness and you shall receive it. Friend- 
ships are forever! 

Glenn: It is better to remain quiet and be thought of as a 
fool than to speak and remove all doubt. 

Bidd: The woods were made for the hunter of dreams,The 
brooks for the fishers of song. Sam Walter Foss. 

Chip: Living well is the best revenge. M. F.C.I. 

Haig: The only thing that I regret is that not enough people 
had the guts to wrestle. 




Robert Charles Benson Jr. 



Haig J. Berberian 



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Lisa Berry 



Karin Blair 




Jonathan P. Borowko 



Timothy J. Bradley 



Heather Ann Breed 




Suzanne Broderick 



Teresa Bryant 



Ken: Running on empty. 

Jon: Where there's a will, there's a way. Especially for 
Rolem, Jake, and the M.P's. 

Tim: You only live once, so live life to the fullest. 

H. Breedah: Many dreams come true, and some have 
silver linings; I live for my dream and a pocketful of 
gold. Led Zeppelin, SAR — HO! 

Sue: One must develop the capacity to bear one's alone- 
ness and the struggle to be one's own unique self. 



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Buck: A friend may be reckoned the masterpiece of na- 
ture. 
Liz: It's been real . . . real #$%&! 

Pam: If it's magic: Why can't we make it everlasting; Like 
the lifetime of the sun, It will leave no heart undone; For 
there is enough for everyone . . . 

Greg: A friend of the devil is a friend of mine. 

Bob: Ship of fools. 

Ed: "And I have miles to go before I sleep," Frost. 




William Buckley 



Elizabeth Bunten 




Pamela Dee Burdette 



Michael Burke 



Greg Burns 




Jason Burtner 



Bob Buxton 



Edward V. Byrns Jr. 



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Soup: Though many spores are blown on the same breeze, 
fortunate are the few that land in fertile soil. 

Mike: There is no flame like an enthusiastic spirit. 

Dee: A man who has a thousand friends has not a friend to 
spare. 

Lisa: The future is your dreams of yesterday. S.B.; T.B.; 
A.M.; J.T.; C.S.; "Amy" 

Andrea: To overlook the little things in life is to miss the 
biggest part of life itself. 



Robert Campbell 



Michael Caparrotta 




Michael Carr 



Terrance Carrigan 



Deirdre Carroll 




Jennifer Carroll 



Lisa Carroll 



Andrea L. Casciato 



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Jane Casey 



Amy Castor 



Anne Chamberlain 




Deborah Chapman 



Mitzie M. Chen 



Carl Cho 



Jane: In the light of the right smile, no road is ever too 
dark. 

S.K.: The important thing is this: to be able at any moment 
to sacrifice what we are for what we could become. 

Mitzie: Kites fly against the wind and get caught in trees, 
Ships sail with the wind and sink in storms, But memo- 
ries are carried in the wind and last forever. 

Carl: Learn to be sincere. Even if you have to fake it. 

Lucille: Oh what a relief it is! 

Neil: You have the key .... Use it. 




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Lucille A. Cierri 



Neil E. Claffey 



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Valorie Claypoole 



Kirk Clement 



Judy Coash 




Patty Coffey 



Joseph Andrew Coletti 



Michael Colford 




Lisa Collins 



Susan Collins 



Valorie: In this world, it is not what we take up, but what 
we give up, that makes us rich. Remember: P.C., V.H., 
Sea Maiden, C.L.U.B., 3 Muskateers. 

Patty: Happiness is a place, not a direction. M.M., G.L., 
A.M., N.W., "1981". 

Joe: The nicest thing a man can do for his heavenly father 
is to be nice to some of his other children. 

Mike: Meager acquaintances can flourish into boundless 
fellowship. 

Sue: He who learns to laugh at himself shall never cease to 
be amused. 



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Mary-Ellen: "Take the time to be free," Dave Mason. 

Kevin: . . . And in the end, the love you take is equal to the 
love you made. 

Cully: The good times are the best times. The bad times 
fade away. The good times are forever. The last time is 
today. T.B., S.A., A.S., K.W., S.W., V.P., P.M., C.W., 
A.M. 

Linda: We can't return. We can only look behind from 
where we came. 

Peggy: You only go through life once. So give it all you 
got. SMILE AND BE HAPPY. What would the world be 
without a crazy pig. 

Denise: Every man has a place, In his heart there's a 
space, And the world can't erase his fantasies. 




Mary-Ellen Comer 



Margaret Commesso 




Kevin Connelly 



Elizabeth Connors 



Elaine Conroy 




Linda R. Cook 



Margaret R. Corcoran 



Denise Ann Coronite 



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Elaine: Let the good times roll. Bye, bye Miss American 
pie. I'll miss you all. 

James: Smile, it makes people wonder what you've been 
up to. Move to flavour, move to Texan Territory. Own & 
Op, LRDORV. 

Brian: Never reach for the silver or bronze while the gold 
is at your grasp. 

Bones: I've been smiling lately thinking about the good 
things to come. 

Fid: "There are places I'll remember, All my life, though 
some have changed, Some forever, not for better, Some 
have gone and some remain," John Lennon. 



Elaine Costello 



Elaine Costello 




James C. Craig 



Brian Cronin 




Joan Nicole Marie Cundari 



David Eric Currier 



Michael Daly 



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David D'Angelo 



Cynthia Darrach 



Bill Dawe 




Peter L. Dawson 



Ken Deane 



Donald Deems 



Cynthia: A task without a vision is drudgery; a vision 
without a task is a dream; a task with a vision is victory. 
Hi M.C., M.M., N.B., etc.! 

Bill: There but for the grace of God goes I. 

Peter: So fair and foul a day I have not seen. 

Ken: He who stays up with the owls can't soar with the 
eagles in the morning. 

Amy: If you're down and out, and you can't go on, talk 
to the Man up above, he'll help you along. 

Mike: One more Saturday night! 




Amy M. DeGiacomo 



Michael DeVito 



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Kim DiGregorio 



Betsy Dillon 



Karen Donahue 




Elizabeth Dorion 



Steve Doroni 



Karyn M. Duffy 




James R. Dumas 



James Dunn 



Diger: You can't always get what you want, but if you try 
sometime, you just might find, you'll get what you 
need. 

Betsy: Smiles are free and easy to give. 

Tweeter: You only live once, but if you live right, once is 
enough. 

Beth: Moments of rest, Glimpses of laughter, Are treasured 
along the road. 

Steve: Life is a wave of love and music, a permanent wave 
supported by the music of the band "MONTEREY." 

Karyn: Count your age by friends not years. Judge your life 
by smiles not tears. 

Dume: God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I 
cannot change, change the things I can, and the wis- 
dom to know the difference. 



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I.Z. : Smile your pain away, Laugh your tears dry, And be 
free every day. 

Patti: What you are is God's gift to you, what you make 
of yourself is your gift to God. A.M., C.C., M.C., K.C., 
LLB. 

Karen: To dream of the person you would like to be is to 
waste the person you are. 

Spike: Life is merely a play, and we are merely players 
upon a stage entering the second act. 

Beach: I've never let my schooling interfere with my 
education. 




Marcy Dwyer 



James Eaton 




Nadine Eisenhauer 



Patricia A. Engdahl 



Karen M. Erikson 




Jay Faherty 



Mark Fairfield 



Dan Falvey 



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Bobby: If you can't befuddle 'em with brillance, baffle 'em 
with bull. 

Fish: Do not follow where the path leads. Rather, go 
where there is no path and leave a trail . . . Budweiser, 
The King of Beers. 

Lynn: You can't always get what you want. STBO, Purple 
People Eaters, No Future, Free Me. 



Robert M. Falvey Jr. 



Meredith Farnham 





Edward Fee 



David Fenton 



Wayne Ferguson 




Kenneth M. Fisher 



Lynn Fithian 



James Fitzmaurice 



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John Fitzpatrick 



John Flett 



Margaret Flynn 




Michael Foley 



Jeffrey Foster 



Cheryl A. Frates 



Flibbs: The good times are the best times and the bad 
times fade away. 

Cheryl: Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for to- 
morrow. Remember: D. + E.F., Bruce Springsteen, W.H., 
P.C., C.L.U.B. 

Fred: It is the sick oyster which possesses the pearl. 

Jon: Give it all you've got. 




David Fredette 



Jonathan A. Fulton 



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Theodore Galo 



John Galvin 



Matthew Galvin 




Jane Garrity 



Pamela Garvin 



Karen Gaulrapp 




Ted: Nobody can be exactly like me. Sometimes even I 
have trouble doing it. 

John: I've seen a lot of people who thought they were 
cool, Then again, Lord I've seen a lot fools, I hope you 
people can hear what I say, You'll have your chance to 
hit it someday. 

Linda: Find a place that makes you happy and go there. 

Lisa: It's nice to be important, but more important to be 
nice. 



Linda Gentile 



Lisa M. Gifun 



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Gill: Seek not to know all the answers, but to understand 
the questions asked. 

Becky: "Take a straight and stronger course to the corner 
of your life," Yes. M, T, B, P, L, J&K, Forever. 

Anne: The angels want to wear my red shoes. 

Moose: Strive . . . Seek . . . Find . . . And never yield. 

Bird: I made it. 

Denise: I have learned that to be with those I like is 
enough. 

Alison: I'm as free as a bird now, and this bird you'll never 
change. 




Steven Gilbert 



Rebecca Gordon 




Anne llene Gorfinkle 



Hugh J. Gorman III 



Robyn Gosselin 




Denise Gray 



Alison Greene 



Sharon Grogan 



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Pic: In everything there is a message waiting to be derived. 

Nancy: Often happiness calls, but we are too busy to 
answer. 

Stacy: "Even a blind man knows when the sun is shining," 
The Greatful Dead. 

Dan: Do not be like others and care for yourself. Be your- 
self and care for others. 

Mark: Wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the 
world. 

Lauren: Anything worth having is worth working hard for. 



Jennifer Gustafson 



Lori Haggblom 




Dillon Hale 



Nancy Hall 



Stacy Ann Hall 




Dan Hanlon 



Mark Hansel 



Lauren Happ 



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Ottilie A. Harling 



Robyne Harold 



Karen Harrington 




William F. Hartin 



Jennifer Ann Harvey 



Tamara Sue Hatch 



Ottilie: Trouble ahead, trouble behind . . . Don't you 
know that notion just crossed my mind. 

Karen: Respect me for what I am, not for what you want 
me to be. 

Bill: Live for today, not for tomorrow. 

Jen: A fool will lose tomorrow reaching back for yester- 
day. 

Tammy: Joy is not in things; it is in us. 




Lincoln Havens 



Curtis Hayes 



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Erin Healy 



Kerry Heavey 



Heather Hedlund 




Amy Hermanson 



Stephen Hinckley 



Paul Hoefel 




Richard F. Holbrook 



Margaret Mary Holland 



Kerry: "I got my head out the window, and my bare feet 
on the ground," Jeff Beck. 

Paul: I don't know what is happening, but I want to have 
my kicks before the whole place goes up in flames. 

Margy: "... If a man does not keep pace with his com- 
panions, perhaps it is because he hears a different 
drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, 
however measured or far away," Thoreau. All right! 



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Dana: Ride like the wind. 

Robin: Today is the tomorrow you worried about yester- 
day. 

Liz: If you love something, let it free. If it comes back to 
you, it is yours forever. 

Mary: Seek not every quality in one individual. 

Tricia: Friendship divides griefs and doubles joys. B, P, J, 
L, M, K, — Always. 




Dana Hollander 



Robert G. Hood 




Liz Hornstra 



Edward Howard 



Mary Howley 




Patricia Hoyt 



Elizabeth Humphrey 



Robert Hurter 



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Catherine Hutchinson 



Gregory Hutchinson 



Lisa Igo 




Arthur Isleb 



Jan Jacobson 



Thomas Jantzen 




Artie: If all you talk about is yesterday, then you haven't 
done anything worth while today. 

Jan: Life is strange. By the time you learn the ropes, you're 
all hung up! Bung ho Nin, Ziggy, Etc., J.S., M.R., K.B., 
C.P., L.F., LP., S.B., CD. — The Lunch Bunch. 

Null Set: Great works are preformed not by strength but by 
perseverence. 

Madeline: Now there's one more empty saddle. This old 
cowboy's moving on. 

Sandy: What shall I say? That isn't in the way I act, That 
will carry through the years intact. 



Madeline Johnson 



Sandra Johnson 



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Scott Johnson 



Marvin Jones 



Mike Kehoe 




Kevin Kelleher 



John E. Kelly 



Robert Kelly 



Mike: Learn to show friendship towards a man when he is 
alive not when he is dead. 

Kevin: May the road rise to meet you, And the wind be 
always at your back. 

jack: Love thy neighbor — But don't get caught! 

Shiek: I've got an invitation, To make a reservation. 

Liz: "This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the 
end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning," Chur- 
chill. 

Katherine: Just a dream and the wind to carry me, soon I 
will be free. E, W, F. 




Elisabeth Kent 



Katherine Kent 



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Michaelynn Kernan 



Pal Kloster 



Thomas A. Laliberte 




Adam Lambert 



Donald LaRocque 



Mary Beth Lawrence 




Arthur Leary 



Cinnie Leary 



Miche: "I wonder how tomorrow could ever follow to- 
day," Led Zeppelin. Alrighta! 

Tom: "He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the 
pain of being a man," Dr. Johnson. 

Scare: Celebrate, Good-Times, Cmon. L, B., P., J., T., S. 

Gin: We may lose, or we may win, but we will never be 
here again, so take it easy. 



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Jay: Never forget to listen to the music, especially the 
drummer. 

Rob: Instead of crying over spilt milk, go milk another 
cow. 

Joe: Spud. 

Skowe: Opportunity often knocks, but it has never been 
known to turn the knob and walk in. P.S. — Think 
"ORANGE." 

Gretchen: If you aim for the sun, you may reach a star. 

Ann Marie: I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have lived 
yesterday and I love today. 




Joseph Albers Leonard Jr. 



Philip Lincoln 




Robert E. Lincoln 



Joseph Linscott 



Rebecca Linscott 




David T. Longo 



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Gretchen Loomis 



Ann Marie Lydon 




Julie: I know you'll make it if you try again. There's no use 
in quitting when the world is waiting for you. 

Mike: A hand shake and a sip of wine, so say it loud and 
let it ring, That we're all part of everything, The present, 
the future and the past; Fly on proud bird, you're free at 
last. CD. 

Heather: Leaves are falling all around, Time I was on my 
way, Thanks to you I'm much obliged, Such a pleasant 
stay. L.Z! 

Alison: You only live once, but if you live right, once is 
enough. 

Mike: Knowledge comes and goes, but wisdom lingers. 

Maria: Where you come from is not nearly as important as 
where you are going. J.G.'s, Florida, Brewster. 

Chester: "True happiness, Consists not in the multitude of 
friends, But in the worth and choice," Ben Jonson. 

Kathryn: All the world's a stage, And all the people merely 
players. 



Julie Lydon 



Michael P. Lynch 




Heather MacBean 



Alison MacLean 



Michael A. MacNeil 




Maria Maguire 



Patrick Mahoney 



Kathryn Mahony 



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James Makinen 



Michelle Makinen 



Richard Mallory 




Stacey Manjos 



George Manley 



Anna Marchesiani 



Stacey: Friendship, like love, is the most important bread 
and butter of life. 

George: And all you touch and all you see, Is all your life 
will ever be. 

Anna: Everyone has to learn sometime, and now it's our 
turn. L.C., M.M., G.L., N.W., P.C., B.W. 

Paul: Forget your lust for the rich man's gold, All that you 
need is in your soul. 

Joe: Winning isn't everything, but trying to is. 




Paul Margotta 



Joseph Marrocco 



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Donna Martel 



David Martell 



Darren McAdams 




James McAloon 



Jon McCallum 



Jim McDonald 




Joseph McElaney 



Andrea McGinn 



90: What a long, strange trip it's been. 

Butch: All and all, it's just another brick in the wall. 

Jim: Destiny is not a matter of chance, It is a matter of 
choice; It is not a thing to be waited for, It is a thing to 
be achieved. 

Mac: May the sunset of today bring to you the dawn of 
tomorrow. 

Slim Jim: I can't think of anything to say. 

Joe: A person is not rewarded for having brains, only for 
using them. 

Putta: "A foot and light-hearted, I take to the open road, 
The long brown path before me leading wherever I 
choose," Walt Whitman. 



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Meg: Character is a diamond. It scratches all other stones. 

John: May God build you a bridge to carry you over all 
your troubled waters. 

Ann: "Everything works out for good, for those that love 
the Lord," Romans 8:28. Thanks to K.C., P.E., C.W., 
R.B., J.P., K.L., B.H., ST., R.S. And a special thanks to 
Mr. Poole, Miss Nutter and Mr. Borek for their terrrific 
recomondations. 




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James McHugh 




Timothy McHugh 



William Mclntyre 



James McKenna 




John McKenzie 



Kevin McLaughlin 



Ann McLoud 



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Rob: Bob O. You're one sly guy. I love ya. Now get out- 
a-here, you maniac! 

Anne: For yesterday is but a dream, And tomorrow is only 
a vision, But today well-lived makes, Yesterday a dream 
of happiness, And every tomorrow a vision of hope. 

Paul: Another one bites the dust. K.R. 

Michelle: Happy are those who dream dreams and are 
willing to pay the price to make them come true. 

Rusty: Why look at your feet, when you can gaze at the 
stars. 



Jill McNeilly 



Charles Robert Meader Jr. 




Michele Melanson 



Anne Messmer 



Paul Milan 




Michelle Milburn 



Russell H. Miller II 



Lisa Mills 



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Elizabeth Moffatt 



Perriann Monaco 



Mark Moore 




John Durante Morana 



Sue Morse 



Theresa Mortell 



Elizabeth: Love is the movement of Life. 

John: 1M4E3M Ever. H. Quinn and Anthony, I've made it. 

Sue: Every person, all the events of your life, are there 
because you have drawn them there. What you choose 
to do with them is up to you. 

Doon: Two schools diverged in a confused student's eye, 
And sorry he could not choose both, But be one stu- 
dent long he sigh, Yet is damn glad he chose Higham 
High. 




Paul Muldoon 



Michael Mullen 



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Margaret L. Muller 



Christine Mulrooney 



Laura Murdy 




Maureen M. Murphy 



Marybeth Navin 



Christopher T. Nee 




Amy Ruth Needel 



Mary Nelligan 



Margaret: Good times are forever, bad times fade away. 

Christine: Freedom is just another word for nothing left to 
lose. 

Laura: The future is purchased by the present. 

Moe: Love when you can, Cry when you have to, Be who 
you must, That's part of the plan. 

MB: The manner of giving is worth more than the gift 
itself. 

Jack: Lunatics come in pairs, never alone! Narie nef rant 
im on. 

Amy: If you see someone without a smile, give them one 
of yours. 



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Nio: Time is of essence . . . believe me, I know. 

Lee: Small but mighty. 

O.B.: Time passes, but will I? 

John: Will you still need me, Will you still feed me, When 
I'm six feet four. 

Frank: Well, the future is uncertain. The end is always 
near. 

John: Tomorrow, we depart upon the boundless sea. 

Bartholemew the Rich: It took a long time to graduate, but 
you just can't rush richness. 




Christopher Niland 



Peter S. Nionakis 




Lee Ann Noble 



Edward O'Brien 



John G. O'Brien 




Frank O'Donnell 



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John O'Keefe 



Ronald Olsen 




Gregg: The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none. 

James: Bye. 

Natalie: I'll never miss this school, only the people in it. 

Noodle: The ultimate is food and flying. 

Lynn: Splurge! You'll be surprised how good it makes you 
feel. 



John O'Rourke 



Ignacio Ortiz 




Hugo Pagliccia 



Gregory Paredes 



James Parker 




Natalie Patch 



Michael Christian Pearse 



Lynn Pettersson 



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Kris Phillips 



Fran Pitzl 



Michael Player 




Gerald Plouf 



Mark Plouffe 



Alice Pohl 



Pretzel: Such a long long time to be gone, And a short time 
to be there. 

Mike: To contain the mind is to destroy all life within. 

Alice: Today is the first day of the rest of your life. 

Vic: The love one has for their special friends is a feeling 
they should cherish for the rest of their lives. C.W., T.B., 
A.S., S.P., E.C., K.W., C.S., S.D. 




Christopher Pompeo 



Vickie Prestia 



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Carol Quain 



Linda Quain 



Julie Rafferty 




Linda Ramsay 



Beth Marie Reardon 




Theresa Redmon 



James Reichardt 



Carol: If life hands you a lemon, make lemonade. 

Linda: "Keep your face always toward the sunshine, And 
the shadows will fall behind you," Walt Whitman. 

Julie: A smile is but a curved thing which straightens 
things out. 

Linda: I'll find a way or make one. 

Beth: Contentment is natural wealth, Luxury is artificial 
poverty. B, T, L, K, P, M, S.T.B.O., A.L., L.Y., L.I. al- 
ways. 

Mimi: Some are wise and some are otherwise. 

Theresa: Life is what passes by while making plans to do 
other things. 



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Deidre: Look around and choose your own ground, For 
long you live and high you fly, And smiles you'll give 
andtears you'll cry, And all you touch and all you see is 
all your life will ever be. 

Jenn : We do not remember days, we remember moments. 

Joe: There are places I'll remember all my life, Though 
some have changed, Some forever, not for better, Some 
have gone and some remain. 

Elizabeth: Sometimes I think, but then again, I don't know. 

Susan: How lucky I am to know somebody and to know 
something, that saying good-bye is so hard to do. 

Heather: Laugh for the time is brief. 




Deirdre Reilly 



Jennifer Brauner Rhines 




Joseph M. Ribaudo 



Jonathan Ricci 



Elizabeth Ricketts 




Kevin Ricketts 



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Susan Riley 



Heather Roberts 




Brenda: True friends are like diamonds — precious and 



rare. 



Jenna: I believe in the sun, even when it's not shining. 
Craig: Live and learn. 



Brenda Robinson 



Russell Robinson 




Stephen Rodman 



Leahnne Rogers 



David Routhier 




Thomas Rubbo 



Jennifer Ruddy 



Craig Russ 



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Robin Russ 



Walter Russell 



Justine Ryan 




Bethann Saplin 



Mike Sargent 



Sandra Savola 



Robin: Though we part our seperate ways, we bring with 
us those special memories, knowing that we will one 
day meet again. 

Walter: May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be 
always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon 
your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields. And until 
we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His 
hand. 

Missy: Laugh and the world laughs with you. Weep and 
you weep alone. 

Bethann: Love when you can, Cry when you have to, Be 
who you are, That's part of the plan. 

Sarge: Don't bust my stones. 

Lola & Daudy: Our biggest mistake in our pursuit of hap- 
piness is not knowing when we've got it. 




Jennifer Schiffman 



Eleanor Schnabel 



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Nancy Schwartz 



Charles W. Scully 



Shaun Scully 




Lori Ann Shahbaz 



Laura Shapter 



Chris Shawles 




Tricia Sherman 



Jamie Smith 



Nancy: Ours is a world full of rainbows to be followed. 

Chuck: It has been real and it has been fun, but it has 
never been real fun! 

Shaun: The eyes of honesty can achieve . . . How many 
millions do we deceive each day? 

Lori: Faith, Family, Friends; I am indeed wealthy. 

Sherm: Once in a moment, It all comes to you, As soon as 
you get it, You want something new. 



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Dina: Keep your face to the sun, And the shadows will fall 
behind. 

Robert: Make your life a mission, not an intermission. 

Dianne: Music is the answer — Just let it in your heart. 

Quigue: There is nothing either good or bad but thinking 
how to make it. 

David: The trouble with you is the trouble with me, We 
got two good eyes but we still don't see. 

Ann: All the darkness in the world can't put out the light of 
a single candle. 




Sydnee Smith 



Intianto Dwi Soekaimi 




Dina Sofis 



Robert J. Sogegian 



Dianne Sommer 




Enrique Soto Garcia 



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David Southwick 



Ann Spalluzzi 




Joanie: A fool will lose tomorrow reaching back for yes- 
terday because where you come from is not nearly as 
important as where you are going. Love ya W & F. 

Sue: The voice of experience is the voice to which one 
should listen. 

Craig: The good times are forever, the bad times fade 
away. 

Kathy: Don't run from your dreams, make them reality. Do 
it up! Lynniba, Gully, Nasal, Kimba, Rud, Rei lis. Piglet, 
Bones, Virginis, Mr. Tudbull, and Mrs. Whoiggins. No 
future!! 

Anne: For long you live and high you fly, And smiles 
you'll give and tears you'll cry, And all you touch and 
all you see is all your life will ever be. 

Stu: Smile, it keeps people wondering to what you've 
been up. 



Joanie Stanton 



Kelly Stearns 




Susan Steele 



Craig Sterling 



Kathleen A. Stevens 




Anne Stevenson 



Cynthia Street 



Michael Stuart 



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Steven N. Sudduth 



Paula Sullivan 



Lianne Mary Supple 




Donna L. Svedeman 



Cushing Taft 



Steven R. Tambeau 



Steve: Sometimes you get lucky. Sometimes you knock on 
wood, But ain't it good to walk out on a limb and find 
that it holds, I plan on climb-in' high instead of growin' 
old. 

Lanny: "I'm looking forward to looking back from further 
on down the track," Carly Simon. 

Donna: Imaginations are free. 

Steve: You can't turn back the clock, but you can wind it 
up again. 

Linda: 4/6/79, Fu Fu, Sandy Beach, Muskie, Windswept, 
East Brewster, "Up for adventure?" 1.4.3. G.S.K. 

John: You are what you are, not what you appear to be, or 
what others want to be. 




Linda Marie Taylor 



John Teagan 



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Robert Terman 



John Thompson 



Robert Thompson 




Bruce Thome 



Lawrence Thornton 



Sarah Thornton 




Robert: School seems long but life is a whole lot longer. 

Bob: All things must pass. 

Bruce: No matter what happens, life goes on! 

Sarah: Live, love and be free. 

Tommy: Live every day as if it were to be you're last. 



Thomas Tileston 



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Marta: Y dicen, Y dicen, Que Sabe Bordar 

John: We don't need the education, the teachers do! 

Tuna: You say the hill is too steep to climb, You say you'd 
like to see me try? Who is the fools who sit and watch 
the sun go by, I'll climb, with the sound of the things 
today. 

Carol: Friendship is just a little word. It is people who 
make it big. 

Chrisi: I am glad it's over. Now the hard part is saying 
good-bye to friends. 

Heldy: Si alguna vez amaste y no te amaron. Si fingieron 
quererte y te mintieron, perdona a los que amor fin- 
gieron y lo feliz que con mentirte te hicieron. 




Marta Toledo 



John Tramontana III 




Ngoc My Tran 



Michael Tribuna Jr. 



Janice Tyler 




Carol Urmson 



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Chris Vaughan 



M. Heldy Velasquez Q. 




Michelle: Take the time to enjoy life. 

Lisa: God gives His best to those who leave the choice to 
Him. "Love in Christ." S.V., CORE, B.K., Green Team. 

Peter: What is and what should never be. 

Amy: Friends, like a breath of fresh air, should be taken 
deeply and held for a long time. 

The Wizzard: Take another look around, You're not going 
anywhere, Realize you're getting old, And no one 
seems to care. R.I. P. John. 



Michelle Vigneau 



Kevin Walsh 




Lisa Walton 



Peter Waples 



Frank Ward 




Amy Warden 



James C. Watts 



Russell Way 



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Jacqueline Weekes 



Robert Weger 



Joseph P. Welch 




Scott Wells 



Karyl Ann Wentworth 



Richard C. Werner 



Jacqui: God, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I 
cannot change, Courage to change those things I can, 
And the wisdom to know the difference. 

Rob: Those who hestitate, meditate in a horizontal posi- 
tion. 

Joe: A little hard work never killed anybody, but why take 
a chance? 

Spaz: Smile, it makes people wonder what you're up to. 
Go for it. 

Rick: Liberty and union, now and forever, one and in- 
separable. Together we cannot fail. D.W., F.R. 

Debbie: Time is man's most valuable possession. All the 
money in the world can't buy it. 

Wheels: Life flies by so fast. You hardly get a chance to 
realize it. So get a hold of what you can, and make the 
best of it. Get psyched! 




Deborah Wheaton 



Brad Wheeler 



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Nancy Wheeler 



Cheryl Ann Whyte 



Lisa Wieman 




Christa Wigmore 



Jonathan Williams 




Nancy Anne Willy 



Ronald E. Zooleck Jr. 



Cheryl: I might rise above, I might go below, Ride with the 
tide, And go with the flow, But which ever, I'll make it. 

Lisa: It only takes a little smile to make a day seem more 
worth while. 

Nancy: It is more shameful to distrust one's friends than to 
be deceived by them. 

Zoo: Those who hesitate are slow. 



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Lingua: There is not one scrap of evidence in favor of the 
idea that life is serious. 

Katie: If you never take any chances in life, it is like you 
are dead and waiting to be buried. To R.A. & A.M. 
August 2, 1980 — J.D. Franklin Hockey League Dinner 
"B", 2 AM. 

Doug: All you need is love. 

Chip: Goodbye class of '81. 

Horace: May His peace be with you. 




Cheryl Lynn Zsigalov 



Catherine Anne Condon 




Lawrence Cook 



Douglas M. Coombe 



Sally Granatino 




Horace Ling 



Laurie Lithgow 



Margaret McManus 



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H20: A quitter never wins and a winner never quits. 

Susan: The way you lead no one may follow; that path is 
for your steps alone. "Ripple." 



Class Members 



Timothy Callahan 
Kathleen Connelly 
Roger Fitzgerald 
Brian Green 
Linda Jones 
Michael Kurciviez 
Stephen Madden 
Joan Monaco 



Walter Murray 
James Peaslee 
Christine Scott 
Craig Smith 
Tod Stella 
Robert Tuscher 
Timothy Wood 



Tom Waters 



Susan Beale 



THE SENIOR CLASS WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING: 



Al and Dolores Abreu 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Adley 

Mr. and Mr^s. Salvatore L. Amonte 

Tom and Rosemary Arthur 

Walter and Muriel Austin 

Bob and Carol Balch 

Richard and Joan Berberian 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Billard 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian J. Borowko 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Byrns, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Colin J. Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph J. Caparrotta 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Casey 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Chamberlain 

Dr. and Mrs. Seon H. Cho 

Mr. and Mrs. James Claypoole 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Colford 

Mr. and Mrs. William Comer 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Connelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Cook, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. D'Angelo 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Dwyer 

Joseph and Natalie Eaton 

Mrs. George E. Engdahl, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Erickson 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Faherty 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Falvey 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Falvey 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Fisher, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Curtis Fithian, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzpatrick 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Flett 

Dr. and Mrs. William J. Frates 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Fulton 

Mr. and Mrs. Terio Galo 

Mr. and Mrs. John Galvin, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gifun 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Gorfinkle 

Mr. and Mrs. H. James Gorman, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Greene, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Grimm 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grogan 

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hale 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hansel 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Harold 



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Charles E. Hatch 
Dorothy J. Havens 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Holbrook 
and Mrs. Ed Hornstra 

William E.D. Jantzen, Sr. 
G.E. Johnson 
and Mrs. Robert A. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kelleher 
Thomas and Sandra Kent 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Lincoln 
Andrew T. Longo 
Coleman J. Lydon 
Thomas K. Lydon 
Richard/Marguerite 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Mahoney 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. McAloon 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McHugh 
Roberta K. Meader 
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Messmer 
Herbert and Beatrice Morse 
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Muller, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Murphy 
Jim and Nancy Navin 
Ben and Jean Pettersson 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Riley 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Roberts 
Mr. and amrs. Sherman Russ 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Saplin 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Savola 
Dr. and Mrs. Elliott Schiffman 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Shawles 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Sommer 
N.A. Steele 

and Mrs. Lawrence Street 
and Mrs. Sumner Svedeman 
and Mrs. Royal C. Taft 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Robert Taylor 
Mr.. and Mrs. William S. Thompson, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Tyler 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Violandi 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Waples 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Wheeler 
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight H. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Warden 
Don and Linda Willy 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Whyte 



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Bartlett, K. Nelson, M. Caparrotta (Mgr.). 2nd Row (I to r): D. Casey, D. Ewing, P. Morrison, B. 
Buckley, T. Krall, M. Metivier, R. Loud, B. Long, J. McHugh. 3rd Row (I to r): A. Isleb, R. 
Holbrook, S. Gilbert, J. Fitzmaurice, A. Lambert (Capt.), T. McHugh (Capt.), J. Crowley (Capt.), J. 
McAloon (Capt.), J. Welch, W. Russell, D. D'Angelo, J. Dumas. 4th Row (I to r): J. McKenzie, T. 
Carrigan, K. Shea, J. Snover, J. Linscott, M. Lynch, L. Thornton, J. Galvin, H. Pagliccia, R. 
Zooleck, G. Paredes, J. Dunn. Not photographed: R. Adley (Mgr.). 

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1st Row (I to r): S. Igo, P. Corcoran (Capt.), A. McGinn (Capt.), K. Reid, S. Noble, 2nd Row (I to 
r): D. Sofis, B. Connors, M. McGrath, J. Casey, L. Shahbaz, R. Brazis, K. Stearns, N. Eisenhauer. 
3rd Row (I to r): S. Granatino (Mgr.), A. Carr, A. Jenkins, M. Dwyer, L.Cook, E. Healy, K. 
Mohrfeld, A. Culler, Coach Gordon. 






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1st Row (I to r): M. Connors, R. Lincoln, K. 
Barton, B. Cronin, C. DiCenso, C.Lincoln. 2nd 
Row (I to r): J. Ribaudo, D. Arthur, D. Longo 
(Capt.), R. Miller (Capt.), S. Sudduth (Capt.), B. 
Balboni, M. Longo, B. McCarthy. 3rd Row (I to 
r): Coach Low, R. Burgess, K. Connelly, D. 
Deems, N. Orstiz, M. Giarusso, M. Troia, R. Hig- 
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1st Row (I to r): M. Colford, M. Messmer, P. Muldoon (Capt.), E. Byrns (Capt.), K. Billard, 
P. DeBruin. 2nd Row (I to r): M. Magill, G. Marsh, J. Magill, J. Berkely, E. Goldrick, R. 
Bajanca. 3rd Row (I to r): Coach Ryan, S. McGrath, E. Marsh, J. Fulton, M. Waples, J. 
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Front Row (I to r): S. Brenard, B. 
Reardon. 2nd Row (I to r): 
Redmond (Capt.), J. Riley, M. 
Milburn, E. Costello, M. Stuart, 
A. Degiacomo (Capt.). 3rd Row 
(I to r): V. Claypoole, M. God- 
win, E. Lambert, D. Yarrow. 




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SOCCER: 



Front Row (I to r): S. Riley, C. 
Zsigalov (Capt.), M. Ryan 
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FRENCH 
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E. Dorion (Pres.), M. Milburn 
(V. Pres.), K. Stearns (Treas.), M. 
Horvath (Sec). 



MEMBERS 

Back Row (I to r): N. Claffey, J. 
Damewood, G. Hall, B. De- 
ckers, M. Murphy, G. Manley, 
K. Stearns. 2nd Row (I to r): C. 
Urmson, S. Steele, D. Smith, C. 
Costello, V. Claypoole, L. Ross, 
E. Schnabel. Front Row (I to r): 
J. Rhines, E. Dorion, J. Lydon, 
L. Pettersson, K. Matarazzo 
(Advisor). 




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Joan Cundari 
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Sarah Thornton 
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HOCKEY 



MEMBERS: 



Standing (I to r): 
Coach Duggan, 
Coach Gillespie, M. 
Falvey, M. Lewis, M. Kehoe, B. Falvey, P. Falvey, M. Giarrusso, 
D. White, G. Stonehouse, S. Wheeler, J. Barrett, D. Lincoln, D. 
Flanagan, B. Lewis, Coach Daly. Kneeling (I to r): C. Baylow, T. 
Galo, J. Marrocco, B. Thorne, M. Magnarelli, H. Gorman 
(Capt.), T. Jantzen, M. Mullen, K. Duff, G. Murphy, B. McCar- 
thy. Not photographed: R. Kelly (Capt.). 




GYMNASTICS 



MEMBERS: 

(I to r): Coach Platka, S. Riley (Capt.), E. Con- 
nors (Capt.), E. Danforth, S. Noble, C. Duffy, S. 
Dow, C. Gonsalves. Not photographed: T. Ar- 
ponen. 




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BOYS: 



Standing (I to r): J. Pignataro, K. Shea, D. Fre- 
dette, T. Waters, M. Daly, J. Powell, P. Sullivan, 
D. Edwards, D. Power, Coach Mortimer. Kneel- 
ing (I to r): C. Paredes (Capt.), J. McAloon 
(Capt.). 



BASKETBALL 




GIRLS: 



1st Row (I to r): S. Guarino, L. Cifun, K. Di- 
Gregorio (Capt.), N. Eisenhauer (Capt.), E. Ayers. 
2nd Row (I to r): Coach Clinton, M. Waters, L. 
Rydin, K. Gaulrapp, K. Stevens, D. Reilly, A. 
Culler, L. Pignataro. 




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MEMBERS: 



INDOOR TRACK 



1 st Row (I to r): D. Yarrow, 
D. Morse, K. Berard, D. 
Murphy, S. Hughes, E. Byrns (Capt.), P. Muldoon (Capt.), A. Rat- 
tray, L. Supple, K. Kent, E. Kent, P. Payton. 2nd Row (I to r): Coach 
Ryan, C. Russ, P. Waples, M. Magill, A. Ireton, W. Buckley, R. 
Lincoln, R. Thompson, E. Marsh, M. Colford, K. Harling, M. 
Messmer, P. DeBruin, S. McGrath, J. McCormick, M. Murphy. 3rd 
Row (I to r): J. Snover, K. Nelson, J. Berkeley, S. Schwenk, J. 
Magill, R. Pratt. 





WRESTLING 



MEMBERS: 



First Row (I to r): D. 

McGrath, E. Schuler, D. 
Donaldson, J. Fulton, R. Robinson, H. Berberian (Capt.), K. Fisher, 
J. Diezman, J. McGrath, A. Waples. 2nd Row (I to r): Coach Hop- 
kins, D. Fulton, R. Higgins, R. Bello, J. Weston, S. Green, D. Ames, 
C. Foumier, M. Waples, L. Bortnick (Mgr.), J. Nicholson (Mgr.). 



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CHEERLEADERS 




BASKETBALL: 

1st Row (I to r): M. Godwin, J. 
Harvey, S. Riley (Capt.), M. Mil- 
burn (Capt.), L. Pettersson, S. 
Steele. 2nd Row (I to r): K. Cap- 
pella, L. Weiss, J. Riley, T. Olsen, 
P. Hill, L. Doyle. 



HOCKEY: 

1st Row (I to r): K. Duffy, M. Howley, 
M. Kernan (Capt.), J. Ryan (Capt.), A. 
McLean. 2nd Row (I to r): D. Yarrow, T. 
Welch, M. Horte, S. Peas, H. McCallum 




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SKI CLUB 



ORGANIZERS: 



E. Howard, J. Lydon, A. Robinson 



MEMBERS: 



Back Row (I to r) K. Eachus, J. Richards, T. Lydon, M. Brown, D. 
Ulrich, J. Berkeley, K. Fisher, D. Yarrow, N. Powers, P. 
Calanek. Front Row J. Defilippo, C. Langenhagen, J. Lydon, G. 
Weiser, S. Hughes, G. Hall, H. Reis, J. Cundari, B. Wheeler, C. 
Zsigalov. 






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THE DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS 



THE PAJAMA GAME 

DECEMBER 12-13, 1980 







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GRADE 
ADMINISTRATORS 

SENIOR: 

ROBERT O'DAY 

JUNIOR: 

DR. RICHARD LAWRENCE 

SOPHOMORE: 

MARY-ELLEN GALLAGHER 




R. O'Day 




M. Gallagher 




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ADMINISTRATION 



PRINCIPAL: 

DR. CHARLES VICKERY 

SUPERINTENDANT: 

DR. WILLIAM MAHONY 

ASST. SUPERINTENDENT: 

LOUIS ERNST 




C. Vickery 





L. Ernst 



W. Mahony 



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FACULTY 




P. Abrahamson 
Soc. Studies 



J. Amaral 
Guidance 



P. Anderson 

English 




W. Anderson 
Guidance 



H. Bailey 
Soc. Studies 



S. Baisden 

Math 



R. Barra 
Business 




R. Barrett 

Athletic Dir. 



S. Bartolotti 

Music 



G. Bates 
Science 



M. Benard 

English 




B. Berlenbach 

English 



C. Boyden 

Ind. Arts 




M. Borek 
Math 



C. Brown 

Art 



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J. Browne 

Music 



R. Butterfield 

Soc. Studies 



R. Caldwell 

Science 




M. Condito 
Secretary 



M. Connelly- 
Secretary 



E. Connors 
Phys. Ed. 



C. Contis 
Home Ec. 




J. Crowley 
Science 



R. DiPietro 

Spanish 



Science 



J. Donovan 
Science 




J. Ellis 
Business 



A. Epple 

English 



C. Falvey 
Teacher Aide 



J. Fay 

English 



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C. Finn 
Spanish 



J. Flewelling 
Math 



R. Franklin 
Science 



D. Galo 

Math 




J. Garrigan 
Special Ed. 



I. Gillard 
Soc. Studies 



K. Glaser 

Math 



R. Goba 

English 




M. Gordon 
Phys. Ed. 



J. Grimm 

Nurse 



N. Gustufson 
Guidance 



V. Hansell 

Business 




J. Haviland 

English 



J. Haviland 
Soc. Studies 



S. Herrmann 
Soc. Studies 



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D. Holley 

Math 



B. Howlett 

Secretary 




R. Jensen 
Soc. Studies 



F. Jewett 

English 




M. Johnson 
Ind. Arts 



J. Jordan 

Phys. Ed. 



J. Kane 

Ind. Arts 




M. Kendall 
Special Needs 



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J. Kennedy 
Phys. Ed. 




J. Kirkcaldy 
Soc. Studies 



E. Kolodney 

English 




D. Lacatell 

Soc. Studies 




J. Lambros 

Spanish 



T. Lane 

Art 



W. Larson 

Math 



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L. Leahy 
Business 



C. Leone 

Math 



P. Lincoln 
Science 




S. Lincoln 
Home Ec. 



C. Low 

Math 



R. Magner 
Science 



K. Matarazzo 
French 




W. McCallum 
Guidance 



P. Messina 
Teacher Aide 



J. Mitchell 
Secretary 



G. Murphy 
English 




J. Nionakis 
Foreign Lang. 



P. Noiseux 
Ind. Arts 



G. Nutter 
Home Ec. 



C. O'Callaghan 
Secretary 



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S. Olson 

Math 



C. Ozug 

English 



J. Penny 
Science 




T. Perelman 
Soc. Studies 



B. Peters 

English 



B. Pipes 

French 



R. Poole 

Science 




L. Potter 
Tutor 



A. Quill 
Business 



L. Reilly 

English 



C. Robison 

Spanish 




C. Roundtree 

Metco Coordinator 




D. Ryan 

Latin 



J. Ryan 
Ind. Arts 



D. Schillig 
Secretary 



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K. Schmatzler 
Ind. Arts 



D. Sides 
Business 



A. Smith 

Ind. Arts 



J. Smith 
Guidance 




E. Stallard 

Tutor 



J. Stouffer 
Science 



D. Sullivan 
Media 



D. Taam 
Science 




F. Tierney 
English 



P. Tierney 
Math 



J. Tinker 
Science 



E. Trubia 

Librarian 




J. Wallace 

Math 



R. Walsh 

Art 



A. Yacobian 

English 



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S. Curtis 
Custodian 



B. Fleming 
Teacher Aide 



D. Fuchs 
French 



D. Kelly 
Custodian 




T. Minnehan 
Business 



T. Patrolia 
Ind. Arts 



E. Priestly 
Custodian 



D. Sharpe 
German 




A. Shaw 
Custodian 



J. Belton 
Teacher Aide 




J. Donovan 
Teacher Aide 

Bottom (I to r): A. Calvi, T. Barilaro, 
D. Pow, C. Russo, M. Meallo, C. 
Gratto. Standing (I to r): F. Ward, J. 
Griffin, S. Welch, D. Lang, J. Cook, 
M. Carr. 



E. Lincoln 
Teacher Aide 



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THE GANG 





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AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 



EXCHANGE STUDENTS: 



Standing (I to r): T. Arponen 
(Finland), H. Velasquez 
(Bolivia), B. Robinson (New 
Zealand), M. Toledo (Spain). 
Sitting (I to r): E. Soto (Spain), 
I. Dwi Soekaimi (Indonesia), 
P. Kloster (Norway), R. Ba- 
janca (Portugal). Not photo- 
graphed: I. Ortiz (Columbia), 
N. My Tran (Vietnam). 



OFFICERS: 

G. Loomis (Pres.), J. Lydon (V.P.), S. 
Ross (Treas.), A. Culler (Sec). 



MEMBERS: 



1st Row (I to r); C. Bonnichon, D. Hall, C. Duffy, J. Baylow, I. Dwi 
Soekaimi, S. Ross, C. Goldberg, H. Velasquez, B. Koehlinger, K. 
Mahoney, R. Bajanca, G. Loomis. 2nd Row (I to r): A. Carr, G. 
Goudas, J. LaHive, A. Rattray, B. Robinson, C. O'Neill, E. 
O'Grady, K. Rosenberger, S. Casagrande, K. Brown, T. Arponen, 
C. O'Neill, S. Noble, J. Capano, C. Housman, J. Lydon, P. Kloster. 
3rd Row (I to r): M. Farnham, A. Chamberlain, K. Saplin, A. Culler, 
M. Lydon, J. Schiffman, M. Toledo, M. Muller, O. Harling, E. 
Schnabel, E. Soto, J. Armstrong. 



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YEARBOOK 



EDITORS: 



T. Abreu, E. Byrns, R. Lincoln 




STAFF: 



In Front (I tor): S. Man 
jos, M. Dwyer, J. Mar 
rocco, R. Lincoln, W 
Russell, T. Abreu, M 
McManus, T. Galo, H 
Gorman, M. Murphy, J 
Casey, C. Urmson, M 
Johnson, M. Chen, S 
Riley. In Stands (btot) 
C. Darrach, N. Balch, 
L. Walton, A. Greene, 
L. Cook, S. Morse, S. 
Savola, A. Needel, L. 
Pettersson, L. Supple, 
K. Erikson, J. Watts, K. 
Mahoney , C . 

Lagenhagen, R. Russ, 
A. Chamberlain, B. Sa- 
plin, A. Warden, C. 
Russ, E. Byrns. Not 
photographed: E. Do- 
rion. Cover Design: A. 
Gorfinkle. 



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CHORUS 



OFFICERS: 

L. Pettersson, (Pres.), K. 
Mahoney (V.P.), C. Russ 
(Treas.), M. Muller (Lib.). 



MEMBERS: 

Top (I to r): P. Boris, L. Pettersson, M. 
Muller, T. Arponen, L. Ross, M. Redmond, 
N. Pothier, L. Warner, K. Saplin, R. Hood. 
2nd Row (I to r): J. Duggan, C. Cho, A. 
Meisler, R. Fox, J. Olsen, K. Stoehr, E. 
Harvey, J. Baylow, J. Leonard. 3rd Row (I 
to r): M. Farnham, D. Smith, D. Sommer, 
M. Horte, C. Ross, M. Diaz, C. Vaughn, J. 
O'Brien. 



BAND 




OFFICERS: 



M. Vigneau (Pres.), S. Johnson 
(V.P.), S. Wilson (Treas.), J. 
Baylow (Lib.), M. Holland (Drum 
Major). 



MEMBERS: 



1st Row (I to r): R. Hood, L. Billard, D. Hanlon, J. O'Brien, J. Baylow, A. Culler, K. Ramsey, D. Cody, J. Coulon, S. 
Black, M. Johnson, L. Crawford. 2nd Row (I to r): M. Fairfield, O. Harling, C. Vaughn, D. Sullivan, C. Schumaker, 
R. Shniederhan, E. Norton, R. Malme, L. Rydin, R. Phillipon, C. Ray, C. Nelson, J. Olsen, C. Bonnichon, M. Cole, 
C. Quain, J. McChord, L. Colford, K. Grundstrom. 3rd Row (I to r): J. Diercks, M. Pearse, S. Wells, C. Abbott, E. 
McKenna, M. Avery, P. Franklin, S. Johnson, J. Leonard, J. Adams, S. Green, L. Plouffe, D. Scott, J. Goba, J. 
Armstrong, D. Coronite. 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




OFFICERS: 

E. Byrns (Pres.), M. Chen 
(V.P.), E. Dorion (Sec), S. 
Morse (Treas.). 



MEMBERS: 



Top Row (I to r): T. Jantzen, J. Williams, E. Byrns, A. Warden, A. Chamberlain, J. Fulton, C. Russ. 2nd Row (I to r): D. Coombe, C. Cho, R. 
Lincoln, E. Dorion, S. Steele, D. Fenton. 3rd Row (I to r): O. Harling, S. Rodman, N. Claffey, J. Marrocco, L. Pettersson, L. Supple, S. 
Smith. 4th Row (I to r): L. Shabbaz, A. Casciato, E. Kent, S. Johnson, J. Lydon, G. Loomis, M. Holland. 5th Row (I to r): H. Roberts, J. 
McNielly, N. Balch, E. Healy, M. Wilkson, S. Savola, K. Stearns. 6th Row (I to r): C. Zsigalov, K. Harrington, M. Chen, N. Hall, L. Cook, 
M. Murphy. Not photographed: J. Dumas, T. Galo, A. Greene, A. Lydon, S. Morse, R. Russ. 



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DRAMA CLUB 



OFFICERS: 



D. Sommer (Pres.), K. Mahoney (V.P.), M. Diaz (Sec), K. Lally (Treas. 



Left Column (b to f): M. Diaz, J. Cutler, C. Ross, J. O'Brien, E. Schnabel, D. Casey. 2nd Column (b to f): T. Bradley, J. 
JMEIWBERS J Armstrong, D. Smith, M. Farnham, J. Leonard, R. Fox. 3rd Column (b to f): C. McGrath, C. Tegan, M. Toledo, S. 

Angelo, K. Lally, L. Green. 4th Column (btof): A. Meisler, M. Horte, D. Sommer, L. Walton, C. Vaughan, C. Cho. 




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SENIORS 




CLASS OFFICERS 



SENIORS: 



JUNIORS: 



SOPHOMORES: 



(I to r): J. Weekes (Sec), D. Carroll (V.P.) 
M. Murphy (Treas.), P. Muldoon (Pres.). 



(I to r): B. Price (V.P.), D. Cataldo (Pres.), 
B. McCarthy (Treas.), E. Lambert (Sec). 



Kneeling (I to r): D. Needel (Treas.), D. 
Morrison (V.P.). Sitting: G. Weiser (Pres.). 
Not photographed: F. MacQuarrie (Sec). 



SOPHOMORES 



JUNIORS 





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REPS. TO SCHOOL 
COMMITTEE 

(I to r): A. Warden, T. Jantzen, R. Lincoln, C. Chambers, H. Gorman. 
Not photographed: S. Hughes. 

HARBORLIGHT 



EDITORS: 



A. Casciato, E. Kent. 



STAFF: 




STUDENT COUNCIL 
OFFICERS 

Standing (I to r): G. Murphy (V.P.), R. Miller (Pres.), M. 
MacNeil (Treas.). Sitting: L. Taylor (Sec). 



Left Column (b to f): N. Balch, C. Cho, M. 
Murphy, B. Matzell, G. Weiser, E. 
Schnabel, L. Quain, S. Johnson, K. Kent, 
A. Needel, L. Murdy. Center (I to r): S. Col- 
lins, E. Kent, A. Casciato, P. DeBruin. 
Right Column (b to f): G. Rudenauer, L. 
Pettersson, R. Campbell, D. Fredette, M. 
MacNeil, J. Watts, C. Anderson, L. Shea, 
L. Walton. Not photographed: Z. Carr, N. 
Claffey, A. Greene, M. Holland, M. Ko- 
plovsky, J. Lydon, L. Supple. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 




MEMBERS: 



(f to b): S. Doonan, M. Tribuna, B. Price, T. Coates, D. Needel, P. Urmson, M. Falvey, K. Shea, M. MacNeil, R. Miller, 
L. Taylor, M. Navin, S. Manjos, J. Weekes, A. Rosso, J. Magill (SAC), P. Muldoon, D. Fredette, S. Wilson, M. Dwyer, 
K. Stevens, S. Hughes, G. Weiser, R. Lincoln, T. Abreu, M. Vitti, M. Barrett, D. Morrison, G. Marden, J. Riley, K. 
Saplin, K. Berard, B. Stevenson, C. Clark, D. Morse, C. Chambers, E. Faherty, F. MacQuarrie, M. Stuart, D. Cataldo, 
E. Lambert, J. Watson (SAC), A. Spalluzzi, E. Byrns, Z. Carr, J. Dumas, J. MacAloon, W. Happ, S. Guarino, C. 
Costello, J. Casey, M. Murphy, A. Warden, D. Hall, G. Hall, S. Falvey, G. Murphy, H. Gorman, T. Galo, K. Cappella, 
L. Doyle, P. Corcoran, D. Carroll, B. Reardon, L. Gifun, B. McCarthy. Not photographed: J. Cundari, E. Dorion, T. 
Jantzen, K. Connelly. 



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CHARLES BERRY 

CUSTODIAN 

A FRIEND 



Have you had a kindness shown? 

Pass it on; 

"Twas not given for thee alone, 

Pass it on; 

Let it travel down the years, 

Let it wipe another's tears, 

"Till in Heaven the deed appears — " 

Pass in on. 

Rev. Henry Burton 



THE YEARBOOK EDITORS WOULD 

LIKE TO THANK: 



Anne Chamberlain, Linda Cook, Anne Gom'nkle, Maureen Murphy, Lynn Pettersson and Lianne Supple. In 
addition Mr. Donald Sullivan, Mrs. Dorothy Schillig and Mrs. Judy Mitchell 



Patrons: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cronin, Jr., Ronald and Bon- 
nie Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. James R. McDonald, 
Matthew D. and Florence E. McNeilly, Mr. & Mrs. 
Stevens. 



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To The Class Of 

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THE BOOK PORT 



Lincoln Plaza Rt. 3A 
Hingham, Mass. 



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FRESH FISH 



ROUTE 3 A— HINGHAM 
OPEN ALL WINTER 

FRIED FOODS TO GO 



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HEIDI'S 

Handcrafted Jewelry — Gifts 
57 South Street 
Hingham, Mass 

749-2656 



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TRUST COMPANY 



A FULL 

SERVICE 

BANK 



•THERE IS A CONVENIENT ROCKLAND TRUST 
OFFICE NEAR YOU ON THE SOUTH SHORE I 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION! 





TRUST COMPANY 

there is a convenient rockland trust 
office near you on the south shorei 

■ member federal deposit insurance corporation! 



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BUILDING 21 

TOP & UPHOLSTERY CO. 

Div. of Canvas Tailors, Inc. 



BOAT TOPS CUSHIONS SEATS COVERS 

REMADE - REPAIREO ■ MADE TO ORDER 

AUTO TOPS - SEAT COVERS 

DEPENDABLE REUPHOLSTEFIING 

BOAT- OFF ICE HOME 

INSURANCE ESTIMATES 



349 Lincoln Street (Route 3A) Hingham, Massachusetts 




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Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the members of the 

Graduating Class of 1981 

SENATOR ALLAN R. McKINNON 



Frank Tarzia & Sons, Inc 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



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Porsche 924 

The legend lives on. 




PORSCHE 924 

Born to a proud 

heritage, the Porsche 924 lives 

up to its name. It has aerodynamic styling 

with room for two. And performance to satisfy the 

most enthusiastic driver. Drive the legend today. 

PORSCHE + AUDI 

Rietzl Porsche Audi, Inc. 

Norwell, MA 02061 



59 Pond Street 



871-t 



PORSCHE + AUDI 

NOTHING EVEN COMES CLOSE 



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SKRTING ARENA, Inc. N/ 

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Congratulations and Best Wishes to the class of 1980 

CHASE 
ASSOCIATES/REALTORS 

749-4300 



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MOTOBECANE • UNIVEGA 



Tree T&kee&n ' GycCezy 

BICYCLE SALES & SERVICE 



ROLLY LACEY 
Owner 



38 NORTH ST 
HINGHAM. MA 02043 



Unisex Barber Styling 



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For Appointment 
545-0858 



BAILEY BUILDING 

4 Brook Street 

Scituate, MA 02066 



BEST WISHES 

BUILDING # 19 

HINGHAM PLAZA 

100 DERBY STREET 

(Exit 29 off of Rte. 3) 

749-6550 



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HINGHAM OFFICE 
7 CENTRAL STREET 



4 offices serving Eastern Massachusetts: 
dover, Uptown, Cambridge, Chestnut Hill, 
Concord, Gloucester, Hingham, Manchester, 
Marblehead, Milton, Newburyport, South 
Hamilton, Topsfield, Weston 



Compliments of 

EAST WEYMOUTH SAVINGS BANK 

Bare Cove Branch 
86 South St. Hingham, Ma. 



LOUISE DUFFEY TRAVEL, INC. 

1 07 South Street 

Hingham, Mass. 

Travel with Peace of Mind 



749-9500 



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HINGHAM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY 



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DUNKIN DONUTS 



187 Whiting St. 
Routes 53 & 228 

IT'S WORTH THE TRIP 



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HITCHCOCK SHOES, INC. 
• 165 Beal Street, Hingham, Mass. 02043 
Hitchcock 

WIDE SIZE 
SHOES FOR MEN 



HINGHAM UPHOLSTERING CO. 

149 South Street 
Hingham, MA. 

Gloria J. Barbuto 749-0430 




"Where Baking is an Art . . . and Weddings a Specialty" 
Custom Designed Cakes & Pastries For All Occasions 

BAKERY & ICE CREAM 
SHOPS 



• Wedding Cakes • Wedding & Shower Decorations • 

Birthday & Party Cakes • Whipped Cream & Ice Cream 

Cakes • Italian & French Pastries 

WHOLESALE CAKES & PASTRIES TO HOTELS & RESTAURANTS 

FRESH BREAD DAILY — HOMEMADE ICE CREAM 

SPECIALIZING IN CANOLE — PANETONE TORRONE — PARAGINI — 

DISTINCTIVE COOKIES — GIFT BASKETS 

NO ADVANCE ORDERS REQUIRED 

HINGHAM 

70 Water St., Hingham Cir. 
749-9851 




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nsurance 



105 SOUTH STREET 

HINGHAM 

749-4040 




CENTRE PHARMACY 



749-1277 — "AT THE COMMON" 



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The Hingham Co-operative Bank 




Chartered 1889 

71 Main Street 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

Tel. 749-0414 



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CLASS OF 81 

HINGHAM JEWELERS 




MARINE HARDWARE / NAUTICAL GIFTS 



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HINGHAM 


RON HORSE' 
HARBOR 






3 OTIS STREET. ROUTE 3A 
HINGHAM. MA 02043 
749-9855 






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<J\ana made gifts fo\ all occasions 



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60 South Street 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



30 Summer St., 
Hingham, Mass., 02043 




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Savings 



Hingham Shopping Plaza 

1 00 Derby Street 

Hingham 



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AUTO CLEANING CENTER 



ANYTHING TO BEAUTIFY YOUR CAR 



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THE FULL SERVICE STATION 

MAJOR MECHANICAL WORK 

COMPOUNDING WAXING SIDE MOLDING 

ELECTRONIC ENGINE ANALYSIS 

10 WASHINGTON STREET 
FRED ALGER INTERSECTION RTE. 53 & 228 

871-3949 NORWELL, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Prestige Imports 

22 POND STREET. <-J I 

NORWELL, MA. 02061 TELEPHONE 749-2057 — 871-0550 

MERCEDES-BENZ AND DATSUN 



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